Luciano Valentim da Conceicao, Consul General of Timor-Leste in Sydney, shares stories from his homeland.
The event starts with short films from East Timor, before Luciano talks and is interviewed by Jock Cheetham, senior lecturer in journalism at Charles Sturt University, followed by an audience Q&A.
Meet two local journalists, hear their stories and ask them questions about media.
Discuss media and storytelling with:
-- Murray Nicholls, editor, Western Advocate
-- Jac Underwood, presenter, 2BS
Jock Cheetham will interview, with an audience Q&A.
At Keystone, 99 Keppel Street.
5pm for 5.30pm start. Finish before 7pm. Keystone bar open before and after talk.
Free tickets for Covid-safe seating here.
Wiradyuri Elders Mallyan (Uncle Brian Grant) and Werribee (Aunty Leanna Carr-Smith) talk to Charles Sturt Uni's Jock Cheetham and the audience about how story transmits culture in March 2019.
Bathurst locals share their stories of "How I Got Here", featuring the finalists in the storytelling competition.
Next up is the forum discussion on social connection with audience, Kara King and Jock Cheetham.
The winners are:
1st Prize $250
Photo No. 5 of father and child (above) by Grace.
2nd Prize $100
Photo No. 7: connected to the earth is the innocent child (below) by Jess.
See these photos and the other awesome photo entries at the photo comp page here.
The winner of the 2020 festival competition on the theme of "How I Got Here" is Thamilnila.
Please see her entry, the other place-getters and the long list at the writing comp page here.
The equal second-place getters Sally Rummery and Ingrid Pearson below ($75 each).
Here's a photo from the 2020 "Life At Home" storytelling competition which invited Bathurst locals to share their COVID 19 experiences.
The photo entry above is by Miao Li and titled "Let's be honest".
In MEMORY OF NEROLI COLVIN
The Bathurst Multicultural Storytelling Festival in 2019 and 2020 honour the memory of Neroli Colvin.
Neroli’s PhD was on cultural diversity in regional education and she started working on this festival when we first visited Bathurst.
The festival is possible because of donations kindly made towards Neroli’s legacy.
Here's Neroli's obituary from The Sydney Morning Herald.